Organic Maitake

Mushroom Extract For Canines & Felines


Maitake (Grifola frondosa) in Japanese means 'dancing mushroom'. This particular fungus is native to the northeastern regions of North America and Asia and are known to contain a variety of beneficial compounds, such as beta-glucans, which have been found to stimulate the immune system and help reduce inflammation. They also contain compounds called triterpenoids, which have been found to have anti-cancer and anti-tumor properties.

The Benefits

Metabolism & Blood Sugar SupportJoint HealthAnti-Inflammatory Response
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Organic Maitake (Grifola frondosa) Mushroom Fruiting Body Extract and nothing else.

Our Maitake extract comes from Japan. These mushrooms are specifically grown on certified organic oak logs promoting development of active compounds.

All of our mushrooms are cultivated on wood, allowing them to grow naturally in their optimal environment. We use only 100% organic fruiting body mushrooms in our supplements, with absolutely no grain additives or fillers.

Our commitment to utilizing natural and pure ingredients guarantees that your animal receives a food that is both wholesome and of the highest quality.

For optimum results, incorporate one serving into your animal's daily meal or food. For animals weighing 150 pounds or less, administer 1/2 teaspoon (1g) per day. For animals weighing over 150 pounds, administer 1 teaspoon (2g) per day.

Our Maitake extract is available in two packaging options: a compostable pouch, which doubles as a refill, and a reusable jar.

The jar is crafted from thick European-made glass, specifically engineered in a lab for increased durability and freshness preservation compared to standard glass.

Our compostable pouch is 100% compostable, with each part individually certified for compostability. Manufactured in the USA, these pouches are vegan, non-GMO, and free from PLA. They are void of harmful chemicals like bisphenol (including BPA and more than a dozen derivatives), PFAS, or phthalates.

Click here to learn more about our composting standards.